The London MarTech Summit is around the corner

Top Business Tech breaks down everything you need to know ahead of the MarTech Summit next month.
Top Business Tech breaks down everything you need to know ahead of the MarTech Summit next month.

The first stop of the MarTech Summit is taking place on the 18th and 19th of November at the etc. venues Liverpool Street in London. 

London is a city filled with traditions and innovation; expect a matching agenda designed to celebrate the converging marketing & technology and reflect the latest trends and pain points modern marketers experience. Although we have four general themes, each summit agenda is entirely different, both in sessions and speakers. You can expect the agenda to cover the below topics: 

  • Emerging Marketing Technologies
  • Data-Driven Marketing
  • Customer Experience & Engagement
  • Digital Transformation

See the full agenda for the London Summit here

As one of the most connected cities in the world, a whole host of international speakers with a wealth of experience will be in attendance, making it a truly invaluable learning experience for all. The list of speakers will include:

  • Cassius Taylor-Smith, Chief Marketing Officer at Colliers International 
  • Mike Scott, Global Head of External Communications & Marketing at Hitachi Rail 
  • Mark Liversidge, Chief Digital, Technology & Experience Officer at The Student Hotel Group 
  • Xavier Vallee, Chief Marketing Officer at APCOA Parking 
  • Richard De Villa, Head of Marketing, UK & Europe at Malaysia Airlines 
  • Amitabh Apte, Global Director, Digital, Data & Analytics at Solutions Mars 
  • Nadine Thomson, Global Chief Technology Officer at MediaCom 
  • Lynzi Ashworth, Head of Digital Marketing EMEA at Aon 
  • Natasha Traynor, Chief Marketing Office at Oxford International Education Group 
  • George Yaryura, Chief Marketing Officer at Planet Smart City 
  • Samuel Beckmann, Global Advertising and Marketing Technology Lead at Volvo Cars 
  • Sophie Bowkett, Chief Marketing Officer at Bird & Bird 
  • Richard Jones, CMO at Cheetah Digital 
  • Mike Borrelli, Senior Product Owner, Global Strategy & Marketing Group at Henkel

There are so many reasons why you should attend the Summit, but here are some of the key reasons that you should book your tickets now:

  • NETWORKING: The MarTech Summit is bursting with opportunities with speed networking breaks, coffee breaks, lunch & evening drinks
  • EXECUTIVE WORKSHOPS: The MarTech Summit allows you to join your peers in an intimate setting with limited seating to discuss topics in-depth
  • MINIMAL SPONSORS: The MarTech Summit only invite a few sponsors along with only the top service providers speaking
  • TOP SPEAKERS: The MarTech Summit will provide you with 30+ speakers from a variety of industries and backgrounds to give the latest insights in MarTech
  • CASE STUDIES: The MarTech speakers will come armed with real-life scenarios to share failings and learnings in their sessions
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For more information about The MarTech Summit and to register for the upcoming London Summit, visit the website now

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Amber Donovan-Stevens

Amber is a Content Editor at Top Business Tech

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